Oakley Endurance Bib 2.0

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The Oakley Endurance Bib 2.0 is a comfortable and breathable bib short engineered for epic rides and long days in the saddle.

Who's this item for: Anyone that wants to crank out some hours on the bike in comfort.

Chamois material: The Carbon seat pad consists of a 10mm thick antibacterial foam pad lined with a layer of polyamide, polyester and carbon to provide comfort and support when you're on the bike.

Stand out features: Carbon fibre seat pad and reflective seams for added safety in low-light conditions.

Materials: 78% Nylon, 22% Elastane

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Blackout - L - 2021190645976850
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